Virginia Alleyne, blacklisted by
the Democratic Party
Don’t comply! A waitress who formerly worked at Yankee Stadium but lost her job because of the COVID shot mandate imposed by New York City mayor Eric Adams is now suing him and the city. Her suit is also fueled because of Adams’ arbitrary decision to cancel the mandate for wealthy athletes.
Virginia Alleyne’s Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit claims Hizzoner’s exemption for athletes and performers is “arbitrary and capricious” and an “abuse of discretion.”
“For him to allow millionaires to work and to punish the workers who are the lifeblood of this city is just horrendous,” Alleyne told The Post. “So many workers have lost their jobs, yet he’s rewarding the millionaires because he doesn’t want them coming after him,” she continued. “We are being punished by a blatant and egregious double standard.”
The 57-year-old Upper East Side single mom said she was placed on unpaid leave from her job as a waitress at the stadium’s high-end restaurant Legends Suite Club in September because she is unvaccinated.
This quote from her lawyer illustrates quite starkly how incredibly arbitrary and capricious Adams’ edict is:
“Today is opening day. Everyone will be back at Yankee Stadium except my client,” Mermigis told The Post. “Fifty thousand fans will be cheering in Yankee Stadium without regard to vaccination status but my client remains unemployed.”
Alleyne refuses to get the COVID jab for religious reasons. The instant she said this the edict should have been thrown out the window. New York City however is now a fascist state, ruled by edict by one man, whichever Democrat happens to be in charge at the moment. Adams thinks wealthy athletes and performers can’t get the Wuhan flu, but poor waitresses can. Therefore, only poor waitresses must get the jab or be prevented from working.
Worse, the COVID shots do nothing to protect anyone from the virus. Nothing. Nada. There is now even evidence the shots don’t even protect you much from the virus’s worse effects. Instead, the shots carry real risks, however small, while the COVID variants that presently exist appear completely harmless. The jab is a waste of time, except that it provides thugs like Democrat Eric Adams a tool for imposing his will on others.
New Yorkers however elected Adams. Despite decades of evidence that the Democratic Party in New York is a terrible party to rely on, New York voters still blindly vote Democrat. I wonder for example who Virginia Alleyne voted for. As a black woman it is almost certain she has voted Democrat her whole life, including voting for Eric Adams in last year’s election.
She, and her fellow New Yorkers, are thus only getting what they deserve. Until they wake up and vote this corrupt power-hungry party out of existence, their lives will only grow worse.
It appears however from her lawsuit that Alleyne herself might have finally woken up, and is no longer willing to take Democratic Party abuse. Good for her. Maybe she can set an example that will wake up the rest of the city.
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